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Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold JUcdal Midwinter Fair.
.MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any ether adulterant.
In all the great Ilotels. the leading
Clubs and the homes, Dr. Price's Creac.
Bating Powder holds its supremacy.
40 Years the Standard.
LEWIS & CO.,
Agents, Honolulu, H. I
rOKWBH MAIL HXTtVtnK.
will leave for and arrive
bom Ean Francisco, Vancouver and
Sydney on the following dates, lill the
close of 1595.
AX a; H030cl: i LrATs HoaoixtD
TtH.fclASi"BASC7BC0 I FORrjASFSASCUOO
.2YA3C0CTX3 ) OBYaSCOUTIS
On ur J.iui On or Aleut
aUowera....Eept.24 VVarrimoo Oct.2
Astralia...Sept.30l China Oct.6
Australia. ...Oct. 21 1 llariposa .Oct. 17
Warrimoo...Oct. 211 jiiowera . ..Nov. 1
Alameda Oct. 24 ' Coptic Kov. 6
China Oct. 29 1 "Varriraoo....Dec.2
Anstrili3....2iOT. 151 Citv Peking.. Dec. 6
Miowera . .Nov. 21 i " 1890.
Coptic 'ov. 2-S ; Jiiowera.... Jan.l
VXELS ISt 1'IIBT.
(This list does sot Include coasters.;
Ger bk. J C Glade, Stege, Bremen.
Am ship S P Hitchcock, Gates, San Fran.
Bchr Transit, Jorgensen, Gray's Harbor.
Bfctne Amelia, "N ard. Eureka.
Echr Aloha, Dabel, San Francisco.
Bk Andrew 'Welch, Drew. San Francisco.
Bark Matilda. Swenson, Port Townsend.
Brig VT G Irwin, Williams, San Francisco.
Bk C D Bryant. Jacobsen. Laysan Island.
roRKlG vjsssei.! MrrcTSo.
Vessel. Where from. Dae.
Bark Amy Turner. .Kew York Due
Ship Mane HackfeldLiverpool Oct 2
Br bk Alden Grove. .Liverpool Oct 2
GerbkJ G Pfluger.. Bremen Oct 6
O&OSSChina. . China ..Oct C
GershH Hackfeld .New York Oct S
Ship Maria H acif eld Liverpool Oct 15
K M S S Mariposa. ..Colonies Oct 17
CASS Miowera Colonies... . Nov 1
CASS Warrimoo .Colonies ov 2
O&O SSCoptic... China Xov t
O fc O S S City of Peking China Dec G
Bk Paul Isenberg .Liverpool Dec 30
TCESDAT. Oct. 1.
C ASSMiowera, Stott, from Vancouver
ZOXXSDAT. Oct. 2.
Stmr He Au Hou. Thompson, from
Stmr W G H.iU. Simerson. from Maui
USS Bennington, Pigruan, from
Thcksday. Oct. 3.
Stmr Kilauea Hon. Weir, from Hawaii
Stmr J A Cummins. "eilson. from circuit
: 4ttfi t.
Tuesday. Oct. 1.
Stmr Kaala. Brawn, for circuit of Oabu.
G AS S Miowera. Stott. for Sydney and
Wednesday, Oct, 2.
OSS Australia, Hondlette. for San
Stmr Jams Makee. Peterson, for Kapaa,
Kilauea. Kahliiwai, and Hanalet.
ShJohnMcLeod, Stewart, Yalta!, Peru.
Tbcesdat. Oct. 3.
Stmr Ke Au Hon, Thompson, for
Koloa. Eleele, Makaweli, Waimea,
Honokaa and Hanamanln.
Stmr Likelike. Weisbarth. for Kahnlni,
Hana, Hamoa and Kipahulu.
VCSSKI 1 LEAVIM1 TODAY.
Stmr W G Hall. Simerson. tor Maui
and Hawaii, at 3 p. m.
From Victoria, per C A S S Miowera,
Oct 1 AV H Baird, Mrs Laing and child.
Miss Sturgeon. Mrs Eckels. Mrs Bolton,
Miss Bolton, Alfred and Richard Bolton.
From Kauai, per stmr Ke An Hon. Oct
2-Miss H Bartels, A Eice, and 4 on deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall. Oct 2 G H Hayselden, Mrs Gran,
Mrs WrayTavlor. Mrs Kessler. Miss Carrie
Howland, Miss Ward. Miss Jaeger, and
a on aecc.
Alaska's Coal Piodact.
Alaska may enter the lists as a
coal-producing country. Already
eighteen reins of coal have been
examined, of thicknesses varying
from six feet to a few inches. The
geological formation of the coal
deposit belongs to the myocene
period. They are consequently
lignites cr of lignitic character.
Some of them are rich in carbon
and bear shipment well. They are
sufficiently near the sea to be
easily and cheaply loaded oa vessels;
07,247 tons were produced
from the-Alaska mines in 1S94. In
1SS9, 121.S20 short tons were produced.
The Kinau is on the marine railway,
where her repairs and cleaning
are being completed.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE; TTIIIDAY, OCTOBER l, 1S9S. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
The Inter-Island wharf 13 very
much crowded. Much delay in
handling freight is caused thereby.
The Kauai, from Kauai, the
from Maui, and the Kaala,
from Oahu ports, are expected today.
The Likelike took several piece3
of machinery for the Kohala Sagar
Company from the Honolulu iron
The Likelike sailed for Maui and
Hawaii ports at 5 p. m. yesterday.
She took nearly 2000 bags of fertilizer
from Wilder's wharf.
The Kilauea Hou arrived from
Hawaii and Maui ports yesterday
with 295G sacks of EUgar, 50 head
of cattle and 56 hales of wool.
The steamer Ke Au Hou Eailed
for Kauai at 5 p. m. yesterday with
the twenty-six Kauai passengers
that had been in quarantine for the
last five days.
Two policemen were on duty yesterday
keeping people off Wilder's
wharf, where the fertilizer for the
other islands wss being loaded
aboard the Likelike.
The small wharf back of the Pacific
Mail dock is to be used for the
accommodation of garbage wagons.
Rubbish will be dumped over the
sides on scows, which will carry
and deposit it at sea.
A large amount of freight has
been piled up just outside the Pacific
. Mail wharf. It is covered
with canvas and no one is allowed
to approach it. The soldiers on
duty have dubbed the edges of the
freight the "dead line."
A sailor from the John McLeod
deserted Wednesday morning. He
was caught and sent aboard again,
and put into irons. He succeeded
in freeing himself by jumping overboard
and swimming ashore without
being detected. The vessel left
without the man.
The W. G. Hall will leave for
Hawaii and Maui at 3 p. m. today.
Her regular time of sailing i3 10 a.
m , but owing to delay in discharging
and loading freight it became
necessary to postpone her departure.
She will probably return on
PURSER POOR IN TROUBLE.
Arrested for Violating Board of
After the arrival of the Australia
Port Surveyor Sanders received information
that the vessel had
brought down a quantity of opium.
No vessel except the Likelike, of
which Frank Poor was purser, went
alongside the Australia during her
stay at this port.
The Port Surveyor supposed from
this that the opium must have gone
aboard the Likelike. A permit wa3
obtained to tearch the steamer.
Mr. Sanders left the Oceanic. dock
in a quarantined boat and went to
the Inter-Island wharf, at which
place the Likelike was tied.
When he got aboard ho saw
Purser Poor going toward the railroad
whaif in a scow. He asked
the captain where Poor was going,
and received the information that
he was leaving the ship. He had
Eent his clothes and other effects
ashore at the Inter-Island wharf.
The action of Poor in leaving the
Likelike while in quarantine looked
very suspicions. A warrant was
sworn out against him and b.13
house Eearched, but nothing in the
shape of opium conld be found.
Poor was arrested later for violat
ing Board of Health regulations by
leaving the Likelike.
He ha3 been succeeded as purser
of the Likelike by George Washington
The Chicago Times-Herald announces
ten entries of automobile
vehicles to contest in the road race in
November next. The same journal
describes the Benz automatically
propelled vehicle, imported from Germany
by Mr. H. Mueller, of Decatnr,
111., and used by him since last May
on the highways of central Illinois.
This vehicle has the appearance of a
high bodied phaeton and is propelled
by the explosion of gas made from
crude gasoline and ignited by an
electric spark. The vehicle carries
four persons and recently with three
persons made a run of thirteen miles
over country roads in 45 minutes.
The bark Santiago, now I
charging her cargo of general mer
chandise at Hilo, will come to Honolulu
as soon as thaU work is
finished to be registered under the
LAID TO REST.
Funeral of Ex-Princess
lani Interment in Mausoleum.
The funeral of the late ex-Princess
Poomaikelani, sister of the
Dowager Queen Kapiolani, took
place yesterday afternoon from St.
Andrews Cathedral. The cathedral
was crowded in every part with
the friends of the deceased, principally
The chief mourners were ex-
Princes Kawananakoa and
In the Eeat behind them
were Chief Justice Judd, Judge
Whiting and Paul Neumann. Others
present were John Ena and wife,
the sisters and pupils of St. Andrews
Priory, Captain Tripp, Mrs.
Gulick, Sir Robert Herron, Mrs.
Haalelea, Mrs. Graham and Mrs.
The service was read in Hawaiian
by the Bishop of Honolulu, and
ihesurpliced choir sang two hymns,
Wray Taylor presiding at the organ.
The "floral offerings were most beautiful.
The remains were interred
in the Mausoleum, Nuuanu Valley ,.
where all the kings and queens are
It i3 understood that the deceased
lad' in her will has remembered
St. Andrews Priory and Iolani
College. She was a member of St.
Andrews Cathedral congregation.
PASSENGERS IN QUARANTINE.
Number for Hawaii and Maui
Begin Five Days' Term.
2s ow that the Kauai people have
left the quarantine station, the
Maui and Hawaii contingent will
bo given a chance to lock themselves
up from the outside world
for the priviledge of returning to
their homes. The latter are quite
elated over the report made by the
Kauai people that the cost of livirfg
out there amounted to only $1 40 a
day. They intend to follow the
example of the Kauai people with
respect to having a good time, and
although there are not as many,
they have made up their minds to
make fully as much noise. Following
is a list of the persons to go
into quarantine at 11 a. m. today :
C. H. Fairer, C. Kaiser, E. P. Low,
wife and four children : W.
J. Koch, John Frank and
three children, Miss Jessie Neal,
M. Harlem, H. Gorman and W.
Ormsted. There were more applications
for admission, but owing to
lack of room at the station it was
impossible to accommodate any
VOICE OP THE PRESS.
Great praise mnst be given the republican
government of Hawaii for
its magnanimity to the desposed
Queen Liliuokalani. Their course
deserves especial emphasis for the
reason that not long ago the newspapers
of this country were flooded
with lying reports of extreme cruelty
to the royalists who rebelled against
the present state.
Liliuokalani in justice deserved
short shrift. Her course amply warranted
such measures as have been
taken in other countries with pretenders
to the crown. It was the
right of the state of Hawaii to treat
her as England treated Monmouth.
This action of President Dole and
his supporters is more than mere
magnanimity. It is the profonndest
expression of the stability of the
Republic of Hawaii that "we have
heard. If the constitutional government
were not firmly entrenched, if
tho woman possessed nower to work
her machinations, President Dole
could not have set her free. Thnv
know where they stand and they are
heedless of the designs of traitors.
We see here how closely sympathetic
Hawaiian feeling is with the spirit of
the people of America. They are
kin of ours. It is our example they
have followed. After five years of
bloody war and the sacrifice of countless
lives we were enabled to bid
Jefferson Davis return to Mississippi
unharmed. We bore no malice. We
were strong enough to be mercifnl.
The people of Hawaii have demonstrated
by their generosity to their
foes not less than by their resolution
in maintaining constitutional government
at the hazard of life that
they are real Americans. Chicago
Shooting Oil oa the Water.
Oil is no loDger to be poured on
troubled waters. It is to be fired
like a shell from a gun. As a wave
approaches a shell filled with oil is to
be precipitated in its direction. The
shell will be perforated with small
holes, so that the oil will run out
slowly and continue its work for a
greater length of time than would
otherwise be the case.
Mules 36 Mules
Pattifs desiring Males will' make
money baring of me, as I raise all my
stock in California and can eell cheaper
than thfiSA xcha hnv m tpll Mv Mnioc
are from 4 to 6 years old, and from
3rCall or address
X. T. XcCULLOUGIT,
Mortuary Iteport for the .Month
The total number of deaths reported for
the month of September was 112, distributed
Under 1 year 25 From 30 to 40 20
Froml to5 4 From 40 to 50 14
From 5 to 10 3 From50toC0 7
From 10 to 20 2 From 00 to TO. . . .22
From 20 to 30 5 Over 70 10
Males 50 1 Females 53
Hawaiians S3 Great Britain 1
Chinese 7 United States 4
Portuguese 4 Other nationalities 5
COMPARATIVE MONTHLY MOKTAUTY.
1S91 451 Sept., 1S9I 45
Sepf" M 1S95 "2
Sept., 1KB........ 611
CACSE Of EEATH
Asthma 1 Heart disease. .. G
Bronchitis c Influenza 1
Bright's Disease.. 1 Inanition 4
Cholera.. 49 Meningitis 2
Consumption 4 Natural Cause 1
Convulsions 7 Old age 2
Cancer 1 Paralysis 2,
Cholera Infantum. 1 Pneumonia 4
Disease of Liver.. 1 Syphilis 1
Diarrhoea 1 Thrombosis 1
Dropsy 2 Ulcer of Bowels... 1
Debility 1 Ulcer of Stomach. 1
Exhaustion 1 Whooping Cough. 5
DEATHS BT WAEDS.
Wards 1 3 side.
Deaths 13 2S 40 IS 0
Annual death rate per 1000 for month 4S.00
Asiatics 12 63
All other nationalities 20.10
C. B. Retsolds.
Acent Board of Health.
DhgrKUCTIOX OF DERELICTS.
atlon May Combine to l.emove
llulks From the Sea.
There is probability that another effort
will be made to f ecure an inter
national agreement looking to the destruction
of derelicts at sea. Great
Britain, which first rejected any
proposition in that direction, may
now ask that a conference be held by
which 'various nations interested In
maritime matters may agree upon a
plan which will materially assist in
destroying these dangers to navigation.
Last year the admiralty oflice
of Great Britain considered the question
of joint action with the United
States in destroying derelicts in the
Atlantic ocean, but finally rsoorted
against it, holding that the danger to
navigation from derelicts was not great
and that the method now being pursued
would destroy those most dangerous
to British shipping interests.
But within a month after this report
sixteen derelicts were discovered in
the pathway of transatlantic steamers
and near the Irish coast. This again
started the agitation for an international
agreement, but whether it will
result in a conference is undetermined.
The record thus far this year
shows that there are not only many
derelicts, but that they have been in
the track of vessels, resulting in frequent
cases in narrow escapes from
wrecks. Washington Star.
A aim College
WIIX OPE. OS
MONDAY, UCTOBEB, 1
AT 9 O'CLOCK' A. .11.
PRANK A HOSMER, A. II.,
J. Q. WOOD, A. JL (Wesiejan).
A. B. IKGALLS, A. M. (Amherst).
W. E. BECKWITH, A.B. (Williams).
A. I COLSTEN, C. E. (Cornell University.)
FRL. ASXA H. HASFORTH, (Hobera
TcchterecLule zu Insterburg).
MISS FLORENCE KELSEY, A. B.
MISS JESSIE R. AXTELL, (Xew England
Conservatory of Music.)
FRANK BARWICK (Sew Gardens),
Superintendent of Grounds.
MISS KLIZABETHCROZIER, Matron
and Teacher of Sewing.
PONAHOU PREPARATORY SCHOOL
SAM'L. P. FBEXCH.A B.( Dartmouth),
MISS HELEN K. SORENSON (Cali
fotnia State Normal School).
MISS CARRIE A. GILMAN" (Oberlin).
MISS MAUDE L. MILLARD (Wel-
LYLE A. DICKEY, A. B (Yale).
Drinking Water BoL'ed and Filtered.
MAUKIi ilACLTATJO, JOLTS"
VIEIRA and EOBERT KALLEY
of Hilo, have entered Into Partnership,
carrying on the business of Manufacturers ai a
Vendors of Soda and other Aerau d Waters in
Hilo aforesaid, trader the firm name and style of
the "Pacific Soaa Works."
Dated at Hilo, this 2th day of September, A.
D.JSSS. , of
F. if. WAKEFIELD,
Attorney for"Paelfic Soda Works." .
persons eoustj OX
the HTJALALAI RANCH, North Kona, or
Hawaii, without permission from Itri. Green-well, 1st
or Sydney Smith will be prosecuted.
September :0th, IIM. lo9SCtalt
THE CIRCUIT COTJItT OF
the First Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
n Probate. In the matter of the Estate of
THOMAS SOUEN&ON, Into of Honolulu, deceased.
A document purporting to be the last will and
testament of Thomas Sorenson. deceased, having
on the 24th day or Sept., A. D.1S95, been
presented to s aid Probate Court, and a petition
for the Probate thereof . and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Karen Sophia Sorenson
and Olaf L. Sorenson havlngbeeu filed by raid
Karen Sophia Sorenson and O. L. Sorenson.
It I hereby ordered, that MONDAY. the2Sth
day of October, A. 1). 1S95, at 10 o'clock a. ., of
said day, at the Court Koom of said Court, at
Honolulu, In AUIolanl Hale, be, and the tame
is hercy appointed the time for proving said
trill and hearing ald application, when and
where any person Interested may appear and
contest the said will, and the granting of Letters
Dated Honolulu. Sept. Slth, 1E3.'..
By the Court:
1693-St alt GKORGE LUCAS. Clerk.
TX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
X tho First Circuit or the Hawaiian Islands.
In Probate. In the matter of the Eftato of
JULIUS ALEXANDEK ATUON deceased.
A document purporting to be a certified copy
of the last will and testament of Jnllu Alexander
Anthon, deceased, haring on the 19th day
of Sentcmber. A. D. 1S33. been nreecnted to said
Piobate Court, and a petition for the Probata
thereof, and for the issuance of Letters of Administration
to George II. Robertson, haTing
been filed by said George 11. Robertson.
It is hereby ordered, that FRIDAY, the 1st day
of November, AD. IStt. at 10 o'clock a.m., of
said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
Honolulu, in Alilolant Hale, be, and the same
hereby appointed the time for proving said will
and hearing said application, when and whr.e
any person interested may appearand contest
the said will, and the granting of Letters of
Dated Honolulu. September 19th, 1S9j.
By the Court:
GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
I2f TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OP
a the Fifth Circuit. Hawaiian Islands. In
Probate. At Chamber. In the matter of the
Estate or Urs.JIELICENT K.S1I1TH. late of
Koloa. Kauai, deceased, testate. Before Judge
obdkb or soTicx op rirmos ror. allcwasce or
rlXAL ACCOUNTS AND DISCHARGE IX DECEASED
Orrreadlnc and filing the petition and accounts
of William V. Smith and Jarcd K. bmlth. Executors
of the Will of iltt. .Meliccnt K. Smith,
late of Koloa, Kami, deceased, wherein they
ask to be allow cd $ and charges themselves
with S , and ask that the same may be
examined and approved, and that a final order
may be made of distribution of the property remaining
in their hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging them and their sureties
from all further responsibility as such Executors.
It Is ordered, that THURSDAY, the 31st day
of October, A. D. 1S93, at 10 o'clock a. .. before
the Judse of said Court at thn Cnnrt ltnnm nf
the said Court at Llbue. Island of Kanal, be and
the same hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause. If any they have,
why this same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this order. In
the English language, be published in the
Hawaiian- Gazette. a newspaper printed and
published in Honolulu, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not less than
.two weeks previous to the time therein appointed
fcr said hearing.
Dated at Lihue, this Slth day of September,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the FiflU
Pn THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the Fourth Circuit. Hawaiian r.liml. t
Chambers In Probate. In tht mutter nf th
Estate of XACKAX1SH1 (Japanese), of Hono-
mn, Hilo, Hawaii. d ceased, intestate.
Order of Notice of Petition for Administration.
On reading and filing the petition of R. B.
Williams, a Creditor of Xackanlshi, alleging
that Xackanlshi of Ilononu, Hawaii, died
at Ilononu, on the 2Sth day of Angust,
A. D. 1595, leaving property in the Hawaiian
Islands necessary to be administered upon, and
praying that Letters of AdmlnistraUon Issue to
It is ordered that TUESDAY, the 22nd day of
October. A. D. .1S93. at 10 o'clock a. m.. be and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said petition In
the Conrt Room of this Court at into. Hum!!
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, lfanv they have,
why said petitition should not be gianted.
Dated Ullo, H. I.. Sept. 6th, A. D. 1S90.
By the Court:
DANIEL PORTER. Clerk.
Notice of Dissolution.
TT TA CAilARA, II.
DO and J. VIEIRA heretofore carrying
on the business'of manufacturers and Vendors
of Soda and other Aerated Waters at Hilo under
theflrm name and stvleof F. da CA1IARA4:
COMPANY have this day dissolved, F. de
Camara retiring and M. JIachado and J. Vieirr
carrying on the said business and paying ano
bearing all the Indebtedness thereof.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attorney for F. da Camara & Co.
Dated at IIllo this 7th day of September. 1SS5.
1689 3w alt
been appointed by Hon. H. E. Cooper.
Second Judge of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, AdmlnistratoroftheEstateof EDWARD
S. COFFIN, deceased, intestate, hereby notify
all persona having claims against the estate to
present them prnperly certified, for settlement.
If not presented within el months from the
date hereof, they will be forever barred. All
persons Indebted to the eatate of the said Edward
S. Cofiin, are requested to settle their accounts
at an early date.
JOnN n. PATT,
AdmlnlftratDrof the Estate of Edwards.
Honolulu. Sept. 8th. 1895. alt
THE UNDERSIGNED DULY
appotnted Administrator of the Estate of
the late HENRY N. CASTLE, hereby gives
notice to all persons having claims azainstaald
estate to present the same at his office in the
Cns.om Houf e, Honolulu, within six months, or
they will be forever barred. All persona indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
settlement with the undersigned at the
above designated place.
Dited Honolulu, September 5, 1893.
Administrator Estate of n. N. Castle,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
Kan. H. C. AUSTIN, Collector of Taxes.
Third Division, vs. CHUNG PEW, formerly of
To the Uarthal of the Hawaiian Islands, his
Deputy, or any Policeman In tie District of
Kau. Island of Hawaii. Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon Chung
Pew, if he can be found In this District, to
appear before me, at my office in Waiobinn,
upon the 27th. day of Aug., 1635, at 10 o'clock A.K.,
there to answer unto II. C. Austin. Alienor of
Taxes In and for the Third Taxation Division
the Hawaiian Islands, in a plea wherein the
plaintiff declares and says:
That said defendant Chung Tew. Is lawfully
Indebted to this plaintiff, in his official capacity
aforesaid, in the sum of Three ($3 UJ) dollars for
taxes assessed against the person and property of
said defendant, on the books of the Atiereor of
Taxes for the District of Kau. Island of Hawaii,
for the year 19W And defendant, thongh
thereunto requested, baa thus far failed and
neglected, and still doth neglect and refuse to
pay the same, or any part or portion thereof;
wherefore, plaintiff asks for Judgment against at
said defendant fcr said sum or Three Dollars,
together with ten per cent, and advertising In
addition thereto, as by la provided, and for costs
Notify the said Chung Pew. that upon default
to attendat the place, day and hour above
mentioned, lodgment will be rendered against
hirn ex pane, by defanlt.
Given nndermyhand this JJrd day of August,
District Magistrate of E. and W. Kan, Hawaii.
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true
and attested copy of the original summons in said
cause, and that said Court ordered publication
the same, and continued said cause cntllthe
day of Oct. 1E93.
District Magistrate of E. and W. Kau, Hawaii,
1 K ll IPf
Will leave Honolulu at o'clock p. m.
touching at Lahaina, Manlaea Bay and
Makena the same day; Al.ihukona,
and Laupahoehoe the following day;
arriving at Hilo the same evening.
.Friday, September 6 Fridav, November 9
Tuesday, " 17 Tuesday, i?
Fridav, " 7 Friday, ar,
Tuesday, October 8 Tuesday. Dec. ic
Fridav, " 18 Friday, December a
Tuesdav. " 3
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'ciocic p.
m., touching at Laupahoehoe, iMahukoni
and Kawnihae same day: Makena, Maabe;i
Bay and Lahaina the following day, arriv
ingat Honolulu the afternoons or Tuesdays
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
Tuesday, Sptember 3 Tuesday, Novmber
Friday, " 13 Fridav. " IS
Tuesday. " 24 Tuesday, 9
Friday, - October 4 Friday, December 0
Tuesday. " 15 Tuesday. " 1?
" 5 Friday, " 2?
Will mil nt Pnhoikl. Puna, on the second
trip of each month, arriving there on
of the day of sailing from Hilo to
Ho Frelzht will te received after 12 noot
oa the day of saillm.
Tlio popular route to tho volcano W
via Hilo. A Rood cnrrlngo road tlid
Round-Trip Tickets, covering all expenses;.
Steamship " Clandine,"
CAMERON, Commander. '
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
p. m., touching at Kahului, Hanal
oaand Kipahulu, Maui. Returning;
es at Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
'of each month.
No Freight will be received after 4 p. m;.
pn day of sailing.
This company reserves the right to make
changes in the time of departure and an
rival of its steamers WITHOUT NOTICE;
and it will not be responsible for any con
sequences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to;
receive their freight. This company will
pot hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock received only at owner's riski
This company will not be responsible;
for Money or Vtauables of passengers un
less placed in the care of pursers.
. Passengers are requested to purchase!
tickets before embarking. Those falling)'
to do so will be subject to an additional,
charge of twenty-five per cent.
C L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Honolulu, H. I., January 1, 1895.'
IN TIIE DISTRICT COURT OE
S. Kona. II. C. AUSTIN. Collector of
Taxes, Third Division vs. KAMAKA MOIKEIIA.
To the Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands, his
Deputy, or any Policeman in tho District of
S. Kona, Island of Hawaii. Greeting:
You are hereby commanded to summon
Molkeha If he can be found In this District,
to appear before me. at my office
upon the 31st day of Angust, 1S95, at 10
o'clock a. x.. there to answer unto II. C. Austin,
Assessor of Taxes In and for tho Third Taxation
Division of the Hawaiian islands. In a plea
wherein the plalntlffdeclarcs and says:
That said defendant Kamaka Molkeha Is lawfully
Indebted to this plaintiff. In his official
capacity aforesaid. In the sum of S9.60(Nlne and.
50 1C0) Dollars for taxes assessed against the person
and property of said defendant, on the books
of the Assessor or Taxes for the District of S.
Kona, Island of Hawaii, for the year 189L And
defendant, though thereunto requested, has thu
far neglected, and still doth neglect and refuse
iupay tuBcame, or any pan or portion thereof;
wherefore, plaintiff asks for Judgment against
said defendant ror said sum of $9.50 (Nine and
50-100) Dollars, together with ten per cent and
advertising 'cost In addition thereto, as by law-provided,
and for costs of Court.
Notify the said Kamaka Molkeha that upon
default to attend at the place, day and hour above
mentioned. Judgment will be rendered against
him ex parte, by default.
Given under my hand this 23th day of August,
TnOS. 11. WRIGHT,
District Magistrate of S. Kona, Hawaii.:
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true and
attested copy of the original summons In said
cause, and that said Court ordered publication
of the same, and continued said causo until tho
21st day of October, 185.
7. .,, THos.n.wnionT.
District Magistrate of S. Kona, Hawaii.
Executors' Notico to Creditors.
nnder the will of Dit. JOHN
late or Honolulu in the Island of Oahn.
deceased, tesUte, hereby give notice to all persona
having claims against the estate or the
said decedent, to present the same duly verified
with proper Touchers to the undersigned, at the
1f."?et ot "'ed S- Hartwell, over the Bank
of Bishop t Co., In Merchant St,, In said Honolulu,
within six months from date hereof, and
that claims not so presented will be forever
" HAROLD MEADE
" ERNEST AUGUSTUS
" MORTON CHURCHILL
Dated Honolulu, n. I.. September 21st. 13.
'? e? PISll,,tL,y!." Sentori of the
W 111 of Captain A. Mel NTYRE, deceased, hereby
notify ail persons having claims against the
estate to present them properly certified, for
settlement. If not presented within six months
from the date hereof, they will be forever barred.
All persons indebted to the estate of the said A
Mclntyre. are requested to settle their accounts
an early date. .
A. F. P. McINTYHE.
LORRI.V A. THURSTON,
?xot" f e Will of A. Melntyre
Honolulu, Sept. 3rd. 1KB. alt
A I-Xi PERSONS NOT HAVING
r?" b;.,lf.e" '.? ,rBt with the Humunla
Sheep butio n Company are foibldden to travel
overlie roadortralls on thelands controlled by
said eonpaoj.wlthoat previously cbulnln" per
Dogs found on the land will be destroyed, and
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